Bite Size Halloween: Tracy Kleeman On Short Film Witch, Please

MUSE TV recently talked with Tracy Kleeman about her short film Witch, Please currently a part of Bite Size Halloween on Hulu.

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Originally from New Hampshire, Tracy Kleeman attended Northeastern University with a focus in Media Studies and Production before moving to New York City. Here, she got her start in production with jobs in daytime television and live streaming. After moving to Los Angeles in 2015, she landed a job as Assistant to Director James Wan on Aquaman.

During this time, she strengthened her filmmaking skills and shot her first short film Housekeeping (LA Shortsfest, The New Hampshire International Film Festival) in her hotel room in Australia during production. Since then, she has shot three additional short films in the horror genre – one of which, Fear Filter, went on to amass millions of views online and was optioned by Joe & Anthony Russo’s AGBO for feature development. Kleeman continues to write and direct short films independently and has multiple feature projects in development at the studio level.

You can watch Witch, Please now on Hulu Bite Size Halloween today at https://hulu.tv/3B4zqvS

Michael Sandoval

Michael Sandoval is the Founder and Executive Producer of MUSE TV, as well as the Producer of NEWS x MUSE, Destination: The Theme Park Travel Show, and he is the Co-Executive Producer of "Hey Han" with Executive Producer and host, Hannah Fletcher. MUSE TV originated as a website covering music and entertainment news in 2012. The company has expanded to YouTube, as well as having its own podcast. One decade later, the MUSE TV Network now exists on Roku and Amazon Fire TV. Sandoval grew up in East Los Angeles, having graduated from Don Bosco Technical Institute. He began his journalism career in junior college where he wrote for the San Gabriel Valley Tribune and Whittier Star News, covering high school sports. Michael then continued his education at Cal State University, Fullerton in which he worked at KTLA as a production assistant for Kurt the Cyberguy. His journalism career eventually led to the transition into the realm of professional sports- specializing in marketing, sales, event planning and public relations with the National Hockey League, Los Angeles Angels, Los Angeles Galaxy and Los Angeles Dodgers. Michael later crafted a hybrid of his journalism career, combined with his newfound marketing skills to create not only the MUSE TV as a news outlet, but also the MUSE TV Internship Program. This program exists with the mission to help develop the next generation of journalists.

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